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As old windows come in many different sizes each shutter is treated as a bespoke item. The style of shutter is determined by the size of the window and the depth of the window reveal. Here are some examples of the shutters that can be made.

Two-Panel Shutter
Bi-Fold Shutter
When the shutter is open, the glazed panels fold back against the sides of the window reveal. In this configuration the depth of the reveal is equal to or more than half the width of the window.
This configuration is used when the depth of the recess does not allow for a two-panel shutter. When the bi-fold shutter is open it folds neatly against the side of the window reveal.
Two Tier Bi-Fold Shutter
As with the Bi-fold, but with separate upper and lower glazed panels. This configuration is best suited for larger windows.
Flat Panels
When the window reveal does not have a suitable depth, a pair, or set of flat panels are fitted in place. Each panel is easily removed when required.
We recommend seeking advice from your local Conservation Officer to determine whether or not you need to obtain Listed Building Consent. We can do this for you, but would have to charge a fee and we cannot guarantee consent will be given
if required.